Learn about the renovation of Washington DC’s Folger Shakespeare Library, designed by Paul Cret in 1932. Michael Witmore, Library director, and Stephen Kieran, FAIA, LEED Fellow, partner, KieranTimberlake, explore how a historically listed 1930s building can become a more fully accessible cultural hub for the 21st century. Enhancements include new entry plazas and gardens, permanent and temporary exhibitions, study rooms for researchers, and an Education Laboratory.
This program takes place on the Festival Stage, the centerpiece of the Museum’s Summer Block Party The Playhouse. Masks are strongly encouraged in the theater space.
$10 Museum and FSL Members / FREE Students / $15 Non-member
This program qualifies for 1.5 LU/HSW (AIA) and has been submitted to ASLA for continuing education review.
Please note: online ticket sales end at midnight on August 7. Availability permitting, tickets can be purchased day-of at the door.
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